Kurt Warner says it would have been fun to win a Super Bowl on the North coast if he were selected in the expansion draft by the Cleveland Browns.
To me, morality is fine, but fake morality isn’t. I’d be lying to all of you if I proclaimed that the bounties that are being reported for knocking players out of NFL games is shocking or even all that bothersome. In fact, it is so unsurprising that I am a little bit shocked it has
This morning in Scott’s WWW post, he linked to the news that Seneca Wallace might just have a shot at becoming the Browns’ quarterback this season. Of course there is also the story where Mangini attempts coyness in saying Wallace will have a role in the offense, maybe alongside Josh Cribbs. I know that as
With Tony Grossi’s article this morning that gave Browns fans the “What If” about Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner, we received a few questions about said expansion draft. Specifically, who was available to the Browns, and who did they end up selecting? The way that the draft worked was that each team had to make five
While We’re Waiting aims to be the round-up of the recent WFNY-esque information for your morning viewing. Have something you think we should see? Send it to our tips email in the sidebar. How about a little salt in the wounds? “Ten years ago this week, the list of 150 players made available to the